Figler: My Imaginary Friend by Erica TaylorFigler: My Imaginary Friend by Erica Taylor

Figler: My Imaginary Friend

byErica Taylor

Paperback | April 15, 2014

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Accolades to Erica Taylor for Figler: My Imaginary Friend. Taylor takes her readers on a journey of self-realization as a child comes to ultimately discover that the wonderful abilities possessed by Figler, the beloved imaginary friend, are talents (he/she) also possesses. The whimsical illustrations draw readers into the main character's journey of self-discovery.  This book offers a delightful poetic read inspiring young readers to dare to imagine and reach for the impossible.
Jeanine Wood - Distance Learning Coordinator Northeast Arkansas Education Cooperative Walnut Ridge, Arkansas
Drafted into the WNBA in 2007 after a stellar college career at Louisiana Tech University, Erica Taylor is now a mother of four and a third-grade teacher in Little Rock, Arkansas, where she lives with her husband, the boxer Jermain Taylor.
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Title:Figler: My Imaginary FriendFormat:PaperbackDimensions:24 pages, 10 × 8 × 0.5 inPublished:April 15, 2014Publisher:Parkhurst Brothers Publishers IncLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1624910211

ISBN - 13:9781624910210

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From the Author

For someone who grew up in the very small town of Wheatley, Arkansas, becoming an author has been a wonderous journey.  Little did I realize, when I began to write stories about the childhood dramas of my own children, that there was a world of editors, illustrators, publishers, publicists, booksellers and librarians who would step forward to support my dream of authorship.  While I was aware that my dual roles as mother and teacher gave me insight into the development of young children, the marshalling of resources to address some of those issues through authorship has been an eye-widening journey.  I thank a gracious God, Parkhurst Brothers  Publishers, and my illustrator, the illusive Mr. Piecrust.

Editorial Reviews

"Beautiful illustrations and pleasing words breathe life into the imaginary Figler!"